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Climbing up to the summit of the Philippines’s most active volcano is truly an experience of a lifetime. Climbing up to the level close to the summit or an area commonly referred to as the knife’s edge is for the intermediate-expert climber or for one who is very fit. It normally takes two days and one night to reach the summit and it is essential that one have a competent and knowledgeable local guide.
The Embarcadero de Legazpi, Bicol’s premier waterfront lifestyle and commercial hub is now gearing up to become a favorite destination for adventure seekers as it offers exciting new attractions such as go karting, zipline, jetski, Segway PT and many more coming soon!
The province of Albay offers a wide range of terrain perfect for extreme mountain biking. Whether you are looking for rough, steep and rocky terrain or tracks winding through rain forests, streams and fields – the intrepid mountain biker can find it in Albay
Mount Mayon is one of the most exciting mountains to climb in the Philippines, but it is also one of the most challenging. Rising majestically to a symmetrical cone shaped summit, Mayon is the Philippines’ most active volcano. It is beautiful to behold at a distance but its steep slopes are perilous. Climbers will experience traversing through different terrains with varying degrees of difficulty, from thick forests, to grasslands with razor-sharp talahib, to dangerous rocks and boulders.
It’s late in the afternoon in the City, and amidst the bustle you see a steady steam of youths arriving at a small pathway leading to the beach. Between their armpits they carry mini surfboard shaped pieces of decorated plywood – called Skimboards. Coming from work or school, they start arriving on bicycles, tricycles, jeepneys, cars and even on foot and rush to the beach to hit the waves. Sounds like Hawaii? Nope. This is Legazpi City, and these locals are doing what they love – skimboarding.